Because Jaguar seems to want to offer its customers almost infinite choice, stepping up to the SE spec doesn’t mean you’re getting better or more powerful engines, because you can have the entire range of five powerplants in any spec you like.

So what you're getting in the SE is everything you got in the S, plus as much bling as you might expect when paying almost $5000 more per variant, and maybe a little bit more.

The SE range thus starts at $60,030 for the D150 and rises to $70,265 for the SE P300.

As well as a nice SE badge, you get 'Auto High Beam Assist' to go with your LED lights and signature DRLs, and you step up to 19-inch, 10-spoke wheels (only nine spokes for those povvos with their S model 18s).

Your tailgate also becomes a powered unit, your seats are now 14-way adjustable rather than merely 10-way, and have a memory function. And your stereo takes a serious step up, to a 380-watt Meridian system.

Software wise, you get 'Adaptive Cruise Control' with 'Queue Assist' (a kind of semi/semi-autonomous system). And 'Blind Spot Assist'.